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hoofed

 (ho͝oft, ho͞oft)
adj.
Having hooves; ungulate.
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hoofed

(huːft)
adj
(Zoology)
a. having a hoof or hoofs
b. (in combination): four-hoofed; cloven-hoofed.
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hoofed

(hʊft, huft)

adj.
having hoofs; ungulate.
[1505–15]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.hoofed - having or resembling hoofshoofed - having or resembling hoofs; "horses and other hoofed animals"
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Translations

hoofed

[huːft] ADJungulado
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hoofed

adjHuf-; hoofed animalHuftier nt
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The researchers classified 219 racehorses, show-jumpers and eventers as left- or right- hoofed based on the judgement of expert riders, as well as on tests like which hoof they led with when beginning to walk, and which side they chose to go round an obstacle.
Their relationship remained platonic for a number of years, even as they hoofed together in Allen's Soul.
* Hoofed mammals: Deer and elk have a two "toed" track.